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somejackass22

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  1. 10.5.4 is released !

    Worked with fine for me off the bat, doing nothing special. iATKOS v1.0ir2 with by-hand upgrades on a Dell Latitude D820 with nvidia graphics. Cheers.
  2. You really should make that in bold text at the top! Besides that, yay! Works for me on my Latitude D820, although I still have a little tweaking and/or getting used to pushing hard to scroll to do. Thanks!
  3. Scrolling for Hackintosh's

    Just for the record, this not only didn't work, it made my system unbootable until I went single user and moved the extension back in place. iATKOSv1.0ir2
  4. PowerManagement bundle (with ACPI) for Leopard

    Doesn't seem to work on iATKOS v1.0r2 EFI install. When I went to the troubleshooting, I found that I don't have a /System/Library/Extensions/AppleACPIPlatform.kext/Contents/Plugins/AppleACPIPowerSource.kext at all. Where can I get one?
  5. EFI and hardware

    Will any hardware that is supported for intel macs on leopard work on the EFI kernel? I asked this in another thread but it was buried with some wifi questions so I'm trying it again by itself... Thanks, and sorry i this is a FAQ i missed.
  6. Good USB wifi for EFI stock kernel

    Welp, didn't try that model, but I found a Hawking Technology HWUG1A at a local store. I'm running Leopard EFI, and the cdrom's installed drivers (which asked if I wanted 10.3 or 10.4) worked just fine with the Tiger drivers. :-) Hardest part was finding the damn thing, which of course the morons at $local_box_store decided should be neither in the apple section or in the usb wifi section. Grr... Will any hardware that is supported for intel macs on leopard work on the EFI kernel?
  7. Good USB wifi for EFI stock kernel

    Howdy. Pardon what might be a silly question - I'm new here. If I'm running the EFI kernel, any native kext should work, right? So for example, I could use any ol' hardware that supports Mac OS X, yeah? In particular, I'm wondering if anyone has had any experience with the Asus WL-167G - looks like it has decent reviews and is cheap: http://www.teksale.com/computers/computerp...Mac-PC.htmapple As an extra plus, it works on mac, windows, and linux, so I should be able to run it on just about any computer that needs a wifi connection... Am I right? Thoughts? Advice? Thanks! SJ
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